FROM trying to get onto the property ladder to dealing with mortgage repayments, it’s no secret that Brits have been struggling lately.
The cost of living crisis has meant everyday affordability has been difficult to keep up with.
TikTokemail@example.comHannah Rose is pretending to be an influencer in order to afford her mortgage[/caption]
Almost a third of households on an interest only mortgage said their mortgage was not affordable, according to Housing Rights.
And 25 per cent have reported that they are struggling to make payments in the last 12 months.
Variable rate mortgage holders are also struggling with rising interest rates.
Homeowner Hannah Rose is one person who is currently struggling to keep up with her mortgage payments.
Hannah has revealed that she is having to go through desperate measures in order to pay her monthly mortgage.
She is currently trying to sell her home but is stuck in a chain, which means she can move on until the other person has sold.
Taking to her TikTok page, she wrote: “Life could be a dream if I wasn’t still stuck paying £1100 a month because of silly delays in the chain.”
Hannah revealed that last year, she pretended to be an influencer so she could pay off her mortgage, and this year she is reverting back to this trick.
In one video, she says: “Well my house move has been delayed again, so we are bringing this series back.”
Hannah goes on to model the clothes she is wearing.
First off, the fashion fan shows off her cream cardigan which has a floral finish to it.
She says: “My cardigan was £30 from Red Brick Market.”
The Red Brick Market is in Liverpool, which includes boutique stores.
Talking about the cardigan in the comments section, Hannah adds: “I don’t know the name of the cardigan shop but it’s in the Liverpool Red Brick Market and has loads of cute knitwear.”
Going back to the video, Hannah then shows off her skort – which is a pair of shorts with a skirt attached to it.
She says: “My skort was £2 from Sue Rider in Horfield.”
Sue Ryder is a charity shop which offers a range of furniture, ladies wears, menswear, children’s clothing and toys.
Hannah is then wearing a pair of tights, along with another pair of furry ones underneath for extra warmth.
She says: “My tights are just tights, but I’m wearing the flesh coloured, furry ones underneath which are very warm and lovely, however, they make it look like my tattoos have disappeared.
“Probably not weird for you, but I feel like I’ve gone back in time.”
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However, as she showed off her tights and turnaround she realised there was a ladder in them.
She finished the video off by showing off her “fluffy socks because it’s so cold.”
The video has attracted lots of attention with many rushing to the comments section.
It seems that being an influencer comes naturally to Hannah, as many complimented her style.
One fashion fan wrote: “I did this thing with the tights over Primark leggings and my tattoos disappeared too it’s so strange.”
To which Hannah replied: “What’s the point in being warm if no one can see our tattoos?! How will they know we’re cooler than them?!?!”
Another added: “Booo to the house move delay, but oh my God this skort is so cute! I must find one!”
Hannah replied: “I love a good skort! The original label on this one was Asos.”
A third complimented her cardigan, by writing: “I love that cardigan.”
Hannah replied: “Still can’t remember the shop name but the label in it says Neon Rose so that might be it?”
This isn’t the only video that Hannah has shared by “pretending to be an influencer.”
She shared a video of herself doing heatless curls.
Hannah started off the video by saying: “This is day four of me pretending to be an influencer, because mortgage rates are stupid.”
Hannah currently lives on the outskirts of Bournville, in Birmingham because she is “too poor” to live there [in Bournville.]
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